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1 Potentiometer Tutorial Cornerstone Electronics Technology and Robotics I Week 8 Electricity and Electronics, Section 3.5, Potentiometers: o Potentiometers: A potentiometer is a type of variable resistor that is used in circuits having low power. They are used to divide voltage and they come with three terminals. o Symbol: The resistance between A and C is constant and the value of the potentiometer. The resistance between A and B & B and C changes according to the position of the wiper. o Construction: Basic Potentiometer Construction o Moving the wiper of a potentiometer: In the figures below, the resistance R AC remains 100 in all three cases. R AB and R BC change as the wiper rotates. 1

2 o The value printed on a potentiometer is the maximum value (R AC ). o Show samples o Tripots (trimmer potentiometers or trimmers): Small potentiometers with or without knobs. Wear out after as little as one hundred turns. Single vs. multi-turn tripots Values: The first two numbers of the printed value are the two digits of the value. The third digit of the printed value is the number of zeros to add to the end of the first two digits. For example, a tripot labeled 221 has a value of 220 ohms; a tripot labeled 123 has a value of 12,000 ohms. o Complete Potentiometer Lab 1 Potentiometers o Rheostats: A 2 terminal variable resistor Symbol: Any three-terminal potentiometer can be used as a twoterminal variable resistor, by not connecting to the 3rd terminal. It is common practice to connect the wiper terminal to the unused end of the resistance track. Complete Potentiometer Lab 2 Rheostats Complete Potentiometer Lab 3 Brightness Balancing Circuit o Thermistor: A thermistor is a type of resistor with resistance varying according to its temperature A main advantage of thermistors for temperature measurement is their extremely high sensitivity. Another advantage of the thermistor is its relatively high resistance. 2

3 The major tradeoff for the high resistance and sensitivity of the thermistor is its highly nonlinear output and relatively limited operating range. They are used in temperature measuring circuits. Complete Potentiometer Lab 4 Thermistors Suggested homework, Student Activity Sheets 3-2,

4 Electronics Technology and Robotics I Week 8 Potentiometer Lab 1 Potentiometers Purpose: The purpose of this lab is have the student read tripot values and to help the student understand the function of a potentiometer. Apparatus and Materials: o 7 Tripots furnished by the instructor o 1 Digital Multimeter o 1 5 K Ohm Potentiometer Procedure: o Read and record the labeled values of 7 tripots. Measure the resistance of each tripot using a DMM and record its value. o Testing potentiometers: Test for maximum resistance of the potentiometer with a DMM, and compare with value printed on the side of the potentiometer. Turn the potentiometer shaft and then flip the DMM leads. How does the maximum resistance value of the potentiometer react? Using the DMM, measure and record the resistance R AB, R BC, and R AC at three different positions of the potentiometer. Results: o Tripot Values: 4

5 o Testing potentiometers: Conclusions: o In the potentiometer test, how does R AC relate to R AB and R BC? o Is R AC consistent in the potentiometer test? 5

6 Electronics Technology and Robotics I Week 8 Potentiometer Lab 2 Rheostats Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to help the student understand the function of a rheostat. Apparatus and Materials: o 1 Breadboard with a 9 V Power Supply o 1 25 K Ohm Potentiometer o Ohm Resistor o 1 - LED Procedure: o Variable brightness LED circuit: Wire each circuit below, adjust R1, and compare the results. Circuit 1 Circuit 2 Circuit 3 Results: Conclusions: o Does it matter which of the three circuits is used to control the LED? o What is the purpose of the 470 ohm resistor? 6

7 Electronics Technology and Robotics I Week 8 Potentiometer Lab 3 Brightness Balancing Circuit Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to have the student begin wiring the control circuit for the robot Sandwich. Apparatus and Materials: o 1 Breadboard with a 9 V Power Supply o 2 DMMs o Ohm Potentiometer o Ohm Resistor o 2 - LEDs Procedure: o Wire the breadboard circuit below. Place the circuit on the breadboard as shown in the drawing. o By measuring the voltages at Test Points 1 and 2, balance the voltage drops across LED1 and LED2. Note: The test points will be used in future lessons. 7

8 Electronics Technology and Robotics I Week 8 Potentiometer Lab 4 Thermistor Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to acquaint the student with the basic operation of a thermistor. Apparatus and Materials: o 1 Lab Thermometer o 1 Lab Beaker o 1 DMM o 1 Breadboard with a 9 V Power Supply o 1 Switch o 1 10 K Ohm Thermistor o 1 10 K Ohm Resistor o 1 50 K Ohm Potentiometer o 1 1 K Ohm Resistor o Op Amp Integrated Circuit o 1 - LED Procedure: o First, measure the resistance of the thermistor as it is taken from room temperature and placed in a beaker filled with ice water. Note the changes in resistance as it cools. o Now using a 10 K thermistor, wire the thermistor circuit found below. o At room temperature, adjust R3 until the LED turns off. Place the thermistor between your fingers to heat it up and to turn on the LED. o If the LED remains off, reverse the connections to pins 2 and 3 which will reverse the operation. Thermistor Used in an Op Amp Comparator Circuit 8

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